Title: Case Manager, Data Coordinator and Department Trainer
Company: Applied Behavioral Mental Health Counseling PC
Location: Ceres, California, United States
Nicole M. Chambers, case manager, data coordinator, and department trainer at Applied Behavioral Mental Health Counseling PC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Health Care Professionals for dedication, achievements, and leadership in mental health counseling.
Having accumulated over two decades of collective experience, Ms. Chambers has cultivated a career of excellence in the health care industry. Specializing in mental health counseling and project leadership, she has operated as a case manager, data coordinator and department trainer for Applied Behavioral Mental Health Counseling PC (Applied ABC) since 2020. In addition to her primary position, she has also worked as a level two director at Melaleuca Inc. since 2015. Prior to her current appointments, Ms. Chambers served as a pre-registration supervisor for St. Joseph’s Hospital between 2018 and 2019 and a project coordinator for United Health Group between 2017 and 2018. She originally began working in her field in 2016 with BAE as an asset controller.
Before beginning her professional career, Ms. Chambers honorably served with the United States Air Force from 2002 to 2010, primarily operating in logistics management. Following her service, she pursued a formal education, earning a Bachelor of Science in human resource management at the University of Phoenix in 2012. Having recently resumed her studies in 2020, Ms. Chambers is currently pursuing a Master of Science in industrial organizational psychology at Southern New Hampshire University. Well regarded for her accomplishments in the field, she attributes much of her success to her desire for self-improvement and her ability to overcome obstacles. In light of her numerous accomplishments, she is most notably proud to have appeared in several public speaking engagements. In the coming years, Ms. Chambers hopes to achieve a leadership position and continue positively influencing others in her field.
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